Dr. Kathleen Costello, MS, DC is committed to helping people awaken to more meaning, awareness, and joy in their lives and work. Through mindfulness, positive psychology, and cognitive-behavioral coaching she helps people navigate times of uncertainty and growth to see how their strengths, resilience, and values determine their ideal next steps.
She received a Master of Science degree in Positive Psychology and a Doctorate in Chiropractic because of a deep desire to help people flourish and to cultivate what is best within them. She provides a safe space for powerful and authentic exploration and accountability to help clients navigate their journey of life with more excitement, ease, and empowerment.
ShaCarolyn is a graduate of Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University where she studied Molecular and Cellular Biology. Halyard's educational credentials also include a Master's degree in Positive Psychology with a concentration in Life Coaching. ShaCarolyn is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Divinity with a concentration in Justice, Peace, and Conflict Transformation from the Candler School of Theology at Emory University.
Ms. Halyard has been coaching for 13 years in various organizations to include juveniles in the Department of Juvenile Justice, Women in the Georgia Department of Corrections, and women working to overcome trauma. ShaCarolyn also enjoys coaching executives and building organizational infrastructure to support the growth and development of teams while streamlining processes. Resilience Training and Cognitive-Behavioral Training are two of her favorite coaching methods.
Gail Crowder is an experienced personnel manager and personal development coach. For 17 years, she worked with improving customer service systems, retail personnel training, and workforce development. Author of Smile: It’s The Customer That Pays You, Gail Crowder has a depth of knowledge on etiquette, personal image, self-perception, and effective communication.
As Certified Life Coach, Member of International Coaching Science Research Institute, Member of Harvard Medical School Institute of Coaching Gail is committed to helping clients transform their relationships both professionally and personally.
Gail Crowder is a wife of over 30 years, mother of two boys, and adoptive mother of two girls. Gail has appeared on dozens of television and radio shows as a specialist and seasoned lifestyle relationship expert. Her extensive educational, professional, and personal experience makes her a highly regarded teacher, speaker, and workshop facilitator.
Chelsey is a certified, professional Leadership and Performance Coach who partners with individuals and organizations to help identify and action a blueprint to successfully move from where they are to where they want to be. Chelsey helps clients identify their obstacles, develop effective ways to move through them and, create sustainable behaviors to promote lasting change.
Chelsey coaches from the belief that by improving individual self-awareness and emotional intelligence, organizations can change their entire trajectory and maximize growth and success. The way we think and feel influences the way we behave, so if we want to make changes within an organization’s behaviors (and ultimately its success) we must start with the collective beliefs and mindsets! When an organization partners with Chelsey, they can expect her coaching to support and build upon their values and culture, using them as the driver to promote collaborative solutions to growth and success.
Chelsey’s education in organizational behavior and analysis, positive psychology, and cognitive behavioral therapy has provided her a unique understanding of organizations, people in organizations, and what it takes to successfully shift individual and group mindsets to alter outcomes.
Chelsey has experience coaching leaders and staff within the Department of Defense, universities, public school districts and global technology firms.
Jonathan Powell is a positive psychology coach and character development specialist who focuses on empowering diverse leaders and lifelong learners with the skills and tools to build confidence, character, and resilience. He is a founding member of the International Association of Positive Psychology Coaches, and an affiliate member and committee leader of the ICF chapter in Charlotte, North Carolina. He holds a Master of Science in Positive Psychology Coaching from Life University and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Philosophy from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania.
Jonathan’s purpose is to create significant positive ripples in the world by coaching his clients in building a robust sense of well-being. His intuitive, compassionate approach to partnering with others for self-defined success and life satisfaction translates into client clarity on personal and professional topics that lead to a range of shifts in thought and behavior that reframe and enhance the human experience. Jonathan is grateful for the tremendous amount of joy he shares in celebrating his client’s achievements and does the work he does because he believes in the generative potential of thriving Black communities. He appreciates excellence, honesty, different perspectives, and positive relationships.
Kaley Hixson, MS, ACC, holds a Master's Degree (MS) in Positive Psychology Coaching from Life University and is passionate about elevating the coaching profession. Above all, however, Kaley loves to work with passionate and purpose-driven leaders & entrepreneurs in a creative and thought-provoking partnership that is designed to catalyze personal development & professional success.
Using proven coaching skills & evidence-based positive psychology techniques, Kaley creates a container for her clients that allows them to pave a sustainable and fulfilling path forward. In addition, Kaley uses her expertise in personality typology to create awareness for her clients about how their brains are wired and how they perceive and make decisions about the world around them. This allows for goal-setting, action-planning, and forward-movement that is both authentic and natural for each individual she works with.
Kaley lives with her fiance' and son in a small town in Vermont. In addition to coaching, Kaley is also a certified Compassionate Integrity Training (CIT) facilitator, a newly-converted dog lover, and an orgone energy artist and fanatic. She is found camping as often as possible and firmly believes that post-COVID life can be just as fulfilling as ever.
Jason is a professionally trained coach with an MS in positive psychology coaching. He adheres to international competencies and ethics set by the ICF, the leading global coaching organization. His focus through coaching is in expanding perspective, providing balance between support and challenge, and building internal and external resources - ultimately, creating unshakable psychological resilience and greater wellbeing. This happens in many ways but can include defining values, clarifying purpose, building leadership skills, locating blocks and barriers, managing time and priorities effectively, discovering purposeful action, or providing accountability. He asks the hard questions that no one else will while making room for mindfulness and self-compassion.
Jason has advanced training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (coaching perspective), an empirically based technique that uses mindfulness strategies with action and behavior change strategies to increase psychological flexibility. He also has advanced training in Compassionate Integrity Training, which teaches impartiality, empathy, common humanity, understanding biases, and developing compassion. Additionally, he is skilled in other researched-based models and techniques, including Co-Active Coaching, strengths-based coaching, Appreciative Inquiry, SMART goals, self-compassion, mindfulness, and meditative exercises. He believes in tangible results and often measures coaching success through research-based assessments or client-specific measurements.
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Carol Campbell-Fullard has served as an educator for over 20 years. Her experience has spanned from teaching in the classroom to being a middle school principal. During her career she has been able to partner with organizations, and districts that seek to close "the achievement gap" both academically and culturally for children.
As a personal and professional coach, Carol is committed to helping individuals leverage their vision to move forward and increase productivity through effective and sustainable ways. She received a Bachelors from Ithaca College and Masters from both CUNY Lehman College and Georgetown University.
In her spare time, she loves to read, write, and will release her first guided devotional journal, TAP to Unmute, and a co-authored Anthology, Unmute Yourself, in the fall. She is a mom and wife who resides in Maryland with her family. Her life is truly guided by the following quote: “When we are no longer able to change a situation — we are challenged to change ourselves.” Viktor E. Frankl
Melissa is a professionally trained coach with an MS in positive psychology coaching. She adheres to international competencies and ethics set by the ICF, the leading global coaching organization. Her focus through coaching is in expanding perspective, building internal and external resources to create unwavering psychological resilience and greater wellbeing even in the face of great difficulty. This happens in many ways but can include defining values, clarifying purpose, building leadership skills, locating blocks and barriers, managing time and priorities effectively, setting personal boundaries, learning the discipline of self-care, discovering purposeful action, or providing accountability. Melissa asks challenging, hard questions while maintaining compassion and respecting a client’s autonomy and personal pace of growth.
Melissa has advanced training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (coaching perspective), an empirically based technique that uses mindfulness strategies with action and behavior change strategies to increase psychological flexibility. Additionally, she is skilled in other researched-based models and techniques, including Co-Active Coaching, strengths-based coaching, Appreciative Inquiry, SMART goals, self-compassion, mindfulness, and meditative exercises. She is committed to helping clients achieve their agenda and measures progress using evidence-based assessments.
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